03/22/2019 FFP Tour of Japan | Day Five


Date
March 22, 2019
Commentators
Brian Young
Morgan Alexander
Location
Osaka, Japan

The show began with The Conglomerate in the ring. Stuart Cavanaugh had the microphone and talked about Miles Lynch’s World Title reign and how great it had been. He said that Lynch would defend against Everett Moses at FFP Devastation, and that everyone knew that Lynch would walk out of Philadelphia still the World Champion.

This brought Everett Moses out. Moses, who won the Tokyo Rumble and earned the World Title shot, said that he and Miles were friends, back before Lynch used cheap ways to win. Everett promised everyone in Full Force Pro that he would dethrone the World Champion.


FFP Honor Title
(c) Cidio w/ Giuliana Rubio vs Abdul Kassabv
An athletic and aggressive match. The aggression mostly coming from Cidio’s side of things. Abdul hit some aerial moves and caught Cidio with a springboard tornado DDT that sent him crashing on the top of his skull. But Kassab went for a Shooting Star Press and only connected with Cidio’s raised knees. Cidio then hit the Spikerana for the three count.


FFP Adrenaline Title

(c) Duncan Wright Jr vs Daniel Matthews
The rematch. Could Daniel Matthews win the title back after losing it just after four days. Both men were very capable inside the squared circle. The match was technical, with both men trying to work the other down, whether it be working on their legs, arms or back. Daniel connected late in the match with the Death Valley Driver, but Duncan Wright Jr ended up close enough to the ropes to put a leg on it and break the count. Matthews pulled the champion up for another, but Wright was able to reverse into a small package, hooked in extremely tight, and got the three count. Another successful title defense tonight.


April 27th FFP presents the second annual Devastation pay-per-view. Last year at this same event Miles Lynch became the FFP World Champion. And one year later he will defend against Everett Moses. Will we see a new World Champion crowned in Philly?


FFP Women’s Title
(c) Masina vs Fiona Burke

Another very competitive match. Masina’s reign as Women’s Champion had been long, and impressive. And Fiona Burke wanted to make sure that she left Japan with the one title she had always wanted, but hadn’t been able to grasp. She gave Masina a fight, hitting a lot of strikes, and actually busting Masina’s nose open. But when Masina saw the blood, it’s like it lit a fire under the Samoan. She came out of the corner flattening Fiona with a huge clothesline. Then hitting a big splash. After a couple of leg drops, Masina muscled Fiona up and planted her with a powerbomb. But the Women’s Champion wasn’t done. She pulled Burke up and hit another powerbomb. Then she went to the middle rope and hit a splash. She hooked Fiona’s leg and got the three count.


FFP Women’s Tag Team Titles
(c) Lizzy Kraven & Suki Okada vs Tokyo Angels

The Tokyo Angels had had a couple of chances at the Women’s Tag Team Titles here in Full Force Pro. And fitting that they would get one more shot in Japan. Lizzy and Suki came out strong, hitting power move after power move. Akane and Hisoka tried using their speed to wear the champions out, but Kraven and Okada kept coming.

After Lizzy missed a Kraven Lariat attempt, Akane hit a Superkick and made the tag. Hisoka then hit a snap German suplex. As she went for the pin on Lizzy, Suki stormed into the ring to make the save. Suki ended up sending Akane over the top and to the arena floor, but turned around and was clotheslined over the top by Hisoka. Hisoka turned and was floored with a Kraven Lariat from Lizzy. Lizzy made the cover. 1…2… and Hisoka kicked out! The crowd loved it. And Lizzy couldn’t believe it. She pulled Hisoka up and set her up for another Kraven Lariat, but this time Hisoka ducked, and took Lizzy down with a Northern lights suplex. Both women tried to get up as quick as possible, and Hisoka hit a spinning back fist. Then, she hit a beautiful bridging Tiger Suplex, holding Lizzy to the mat for the pin. 1…2…3! The Tokyo Angels had won the FFP Women’s Tag Team Titles!

Akane quickly got into the ring and wrapped Hisoka in a hug. The two briefly celebrated, but it was cut short when Suki Okada slid back into the ring and took Hisoka down from behind. Akane tried to separate the two, but eventually was blindsided by a running knee to the lower back, courtesy of Lizzy Kraven!

Lizzy and Suki double teamed both members of the Tokyo Angels and tossed them out of the ring. But that didn’t change the fact that Akane Mae and Hisoka Li were the new FFP Women’s Tag Team Champions.

On April 1st FFP returns to the USA with a special FFP Monday Night from New York!

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